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Son of Edwin Fydell Fox, Gentleman, M.R.C.S.,
of Brislington. b. 1814; d. 1891 ; m. ist, Elizabeth
Augusta, d. of John Hugh Smyth Pigot of Brockley.
Somerset : —




Arthur Edward Wellington Fox, Gentleman, M.B. ,
F.R.C.P., b. 1844; m. 1886, Emily Frances, d. of Rev.
Thomas Arthur Babington of Cossington, Leics. Res. —
10 St. James Square, Bath. Clubs — Windham, Bath
and County (Bath).

FOX of WiUaston (H. CoU., May 3, 1915). Vair6
argent and gules, on a chevron of the second a garb
between two mullets or. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a fox sejant gules,
resting the dexter forepaw on a garb as in the arms.
Motto—" Suivez."

Son of Henry Frederick Fox, Gentleman, of Bank
Dale, Bromborough, Cheshire, h. 1824 ; d. 191 1 : —
Frederick Hynde Fox, Esq., J. P., D.L., co. Chester,
High Sheriff 1915 ; 6. 1872 ; w. 1901, Maud, d. of Walter
Wignall, of Woodhey, Spital, and has issue — i son ; 2
daus. Res. — Inglewood, Ledsham, nr. Birkenhead. Clubs
— Bath, Junior Carlton.

FOX (H. Coll., 2 Ap. 1914). Or, on a pile between two
foxes' heads couped at the neck sable, a mitre of the
first. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a fox sejant sable, supporting with the
dexter paw an arrow point downwards gold. Motto —
" Nee clam nee precario."

Son of Rev. William Fox : —
The late John Scott Fox, Esq., K.C., Bencher Middle
Temple, Recorder of Sheffield, 6. 1852; d. 1918; m. 1901,
Agnes Maria, d. of Herr F. Hammer of Hanover, and
left issue — a sons; i dau. Res. — 13 Cornwall Gardens,

FOX. Sable, on a pale between two grey-
hounds' heads erased argent, a millrind paleways of the
field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a millrind fesseways sable, thereon a
greyhound sejant argent. Motto — " Virtute et numine."
Eldest son of Marmaduke Fox, Esq., J. P., of
Polbae, CO. Wigton, b. 1857; d. 1915 ; m. 1892,
Ethel Marshall, d. of J. Carter Jonas, of The Grange,
Great Shelford : —
Marmaduke Sextus Fox, Esq., M.C., Capt. ist Batt,
Highland L.I., b. 1892. Seat — Polbae, Newton Stewart
Wigtonshire. Clubs — Naval and Military, Caledonian.

FOX of Grove Hill, Cornwall (H. Coll., 16 Feb. 1836).
Ermine, on a chrevon azure, three foxes' heads erased or, a
bordure fleurett^e and over all a canton of the second,

charged with a drinking-cup of the third, surmounted by
three fleurs-de-lys argent. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a fox sejant or, gorged

with a collar fleurettte, the dexter forepaw supporting a fleur-
de-lys azure. Motto — " Faire sans dire."

Son of Robert Fox, Gentleman, b. 1845; d. 1915; m.

1867, Ellen Mary, d. of Francis Bassett, Esq., J. P.,

of The Heath, Leighton, Beds., formerly M.P. for co.

Bedford :—
Robert Barclay Fox, Esq., High Sheriff, Cornwall, 1920,
b. 1873 ; m. 1900, Margaret Elizabeth Phoebe, d. of Frederick
Bassett, Esq., J. P. , of The Knolls, Beds. Estates— Vcvi.-
jerrick, Tregedna, Penrose, Pennance. Seats — Grove Hill,
Falmouth ; and Penjerrick, nr. Falmouth. Clubs — Carlton,
United University.

Sons of George Croker Fox, Esq., J. P., of Pennance,

Cornwall, b. 1847; d. 1902; m. x?>Ti., Ada Mary, d. of

Capt. Baldwin Wake, R.N. :—
George Croker Fox, Esq., Capt. (ret.), late Inspector
Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, b. 1871 ; 7n. 1898,
Cecilia Hart, d. of Reginald Rogers of Carwinion, Corn-
wall ; and has issue — Merthys Mary Croker. Res. —
Rush wick Grange, Worcester. C/wi?j — Overseas ; R.A.C.

Herewald Evelyn Croker Fox, Gentleman, M.B. London,
b. 1874; m. 1900, Isabel Anne, d. of Insp.-Gen. Stanistreet of
R.N. Hosp., Haslar, and widow of Capt. Swanson, R.A.
(Duke of Wellington's Regt. ) ; and has issue — Sylvia
Arden [w. 1921, J. N. Carroll, R.N., and has issue] ; and
Winifred Mary. Res. — Tregenver, Falmouth.

Son of Joseph Gurney Fox, Gentleman, b. 1850; d.

1912 ; m. ist, 1873, Margaret May (d. 1898), d. of

William Just of Bankfields, Eastham, Cheshire; and,

1903, Agnes Dorothea, d. of Rev. Thomas Hubbard

of Newbury, Berks. : —
Bernard John Gurney Fox, Gentleman, b. 1907.

Son of Alfred Lloyd Fox, Gentleman (eld. son of

Alfred Fox, of Glendurgan), b. 1829; d. 1885; m.

1864, Mary Jane, d. of the late Francis Fox of

Tottenham : —
Alfred Francis Fox, Gentleman, b. 1867. Res. — 17
Campden Hill Gardens, Kensington, W.

Son of Theodore Alfred Fox, Gentleman, b. 1858 ;

d. 1924; m. 1884, Annie Kirkbride : —
Theodore Harold Fox, Esq., British Vice-Consul at
Philadelphia, b. 1885. /?tf.f.— Philadelphia, U S.A.

Sons of Tlieodore Fox, Gentleman (2nd son of Alfred

Fox, of Glendurgan), b. 1831; d. 1899; m. 1857,

Harriet Howell, d. of the late John Paul Kirkbride: —
Edwin Kirkbride Fox, Gentleman, b. 1859; m. 1890,
Annie Elizabeth, d. of James Lonsdale of The Pavilion,
Armagh; and has issue — (i) Edwin James Lonsdale Fox,
Gentleman, b. 1891 ; (2) Claude Ernest Montagu Fox,
Gentleman, b. 1895 ; (3) Anthony Kirkbride Lonsdale Fox,
Gentleman, b. 1905 ; and Irene Christina Kathleen. Res. —
Herbert Lloyd Fox, Gentleman, b. 1863 ; m. 1895, Edith
Constance, d. of Dr. Colquhoun of Edinburgh; and has
issue — Colquhoun Lloyd Fox, Gentleman, b. 1898. Res. —

Son of Howard Fox, Gentleman, b. 1836; d. 1922;

m. 1864, Olivia Blanche, d. of Charles Orme of Avenue

Road, London : —
Charles Masson Fox, Gentleman, b. 1866. Res. — Rose-
hill, Falmouth.

Yr. sons of Alfred Fox, Gentleman, of Glendurgan, b.

1794 ; d. 1874 ; m. 1828, Sarah, d. of Samuel Lloyd

of Bordesley : —
George Henry Fox, Gentleman, b. 1845; m. 1882,
Rachel Juliet, d. of Henry Fowler of Glebelands, Woodford ;
and has surv. issue — (i) Cuthbert Lloyd Fox, Gentleman,
b. 1885 \m. 1920, Moyra Florence Sulivan, and has issue —
Philip Hamilton Fox, Gentleman, b. 1922 {Res. — Wode-
house Place, Falmouth)] ; (2) George Romney Fox, Gentle-
man, b. 1898; Dorothy Juliet; Annette Sarah; Erica
Mary \_m. 1920, Humphrey Bennett Laity, and has issue];
and Margaret Veronica. Seat — Glendurgan, nr. Falmouth.
Wilson Lloyd Fox, Esq., J. P. co. Cornwall, b. 1847;
m. ist, 1876, Augusta Mary ((/. 1889), d. of Reginald
Roger of Carwinion; 2nd, 1898, Constance Louisa Grace,
d. of Rev. Canon Rogers of Tresleigh. Res. — Carmino,

Sons of Thomas Were Fox, Gentleman, b. 1817 ; d.

1870; m. 1853, Francis Mary, d. of Rev. Francis Hole

of Georgeham : —
Thomas Were Fox, Gentleman, b. 1855. J?«.— Ply-

Arthur Hole Fox, Gentleman, b. ; m. 1880, Lucy

Eliza Thurga Gloyn ; and has issue — (i) Arthur Hole Fox,
Gentleman, b. 1882 ; (2) George Croker Fox, Gentleman,
b. 1883 ; Lucy Serena Muriel ; and Esmeralda Alice Maud.




George Croker Fox, Gentleman, 6. (twin) 1858. Jies. —
Walter Grigg Fox, Gentleman 6. 1864. lies. —

Sons of Henry Fox, Gentleman, of Furzedon, nr.
Plympton, i5. 1819; d. 1887; m. 1845, Mary Charlotte,
d. of Thomas Russell, Esq., J. P. : —
William Russell Fox, Gentleman, d. 1846. Ifes. —
Percival Bradshaw Fox, Gentleman, />. 1859. J?es. —
Edward Lawrence Fox, Gentleman, M.D., 6. 1861;
m. 1921, Elizabeth Clare, d. of the late Thomas Walding,
of Harrow-on-the-Hill. Res. — 9 Osborne Place, Plymouth.
Frederick Russell Fox, Gentleman, 6. 1864. Res. —
Son of Charles James Fox, Gentleman, 6. 1823; d.
1859; m. 1853, Amelia, d. of Robert Pitt of East
Butterley, Devon : —
Charles James Pitt Fox, Gentleman, 6. 1853; m. 1878,
Louise, d. of G. S. Baker of Weymouth ; and has issue —
Francis Cliailes James Pitt Fox, Gentleman, 3. 1883; and
Florence Inez Goleen.

Sons of Philip Fox, Gentleman, d. 1824 ; d. 1876 ; m.
1855, Isabella, d. of William Orniiston of Epernay,
Geelong : —
• William Andrew Fox, Gentleman, 6. 1858. Res. —
Alfred Hingston Fox, Gentleman, l>. 1865. Res. —
Son of \\'illiam Fox, Gentleman, of (Gloucester, i. •

d. 1866 ; m. 2nd, 1844, Elizabeth Cossera : —
William Fox, Gentleman, b. 1847; m. 1873, Josephine,
d. of H. R. Hodding of Salisbury; and has issue — (i)
William Francis Fox, Gentleman, b. 1874; (2) Richard
Hodding Fox, Gentleman, b. 1876 ; (3) John Reginald Fox,
Gentleman, b. 1883 ; and Frances. Res. —

FOX. Argent, a representation of a coirugated
boiler-flue fesseways proper, between two foxes courant
gtoles, each holding in their mouths a trefoil slipped vert.

Second son of the late Samson Fox, Esq., J. P.,

of Grove House, Harrogate : —
Arthur William Fox, Gentleman, b. 1870 ; m. 1904,
Hilda, d. of Matthew Hanbury ; and has issue —
Kenneth Herbert Samson Fox, Gentleman, b. 1909;
Robin Fox, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; Mary; Pamela.
Res.—7g Finchley Road, N.W.B. C/m6— Bath.

FOX of Coalbrookdale (H. Coll., 27 Dec. 1905. Granted
to be placed on a monument to the memory of late John
Fox and to be borne by his issue). Per pale argent and

Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a representation
of a corrugated boiler-flue as in the arms, and thereupon
a fox gules, resting the dexter paw upon a trefoil slipped
vert. Motto—" Forti nihil difficile."

gules, three foxes sejant counterchanged. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
stag winged gules, collared argent. Motto — " Faire sans

Daughters and coheirs (bearing the arms only) of the

late John Fox, E<iq., J. P., of Coalbrookdale, Shropshire,

Alderman and sometime Mayor of the Borough of the

Franchise of Wenlock, b. 1817; d. 1893; m. 1846,

Hannah, d. of late George Goodwin of Iron Bridge,

Shropshire : —

Maria Jane, ;«. 1868, the late Thomas Edmond Fox-

Davies (^.^'.). ; and has had issue — (i)John Fox Fox-Davies

(g.v.) ; (2) the late .Arthur Charles Fox-Davies {q.v.) ; (3I

George Edmond Fox-Davies {^.v.); Grace Muriel; and

Irene Isabelle. Res. — Coalbrookdale, R.S.O. , Shropshire.

Mary Anne Eleanor, m. 1881. Wilbraham John Braddick

Casley (d. 1922) of Coatham, Yorks. ; and has had issue —

Hugh deChastelaiCasley, Lieut. 6th Batt. Queen Alexandra's

Yorks. Regt. b. 1886; killed at Suvla Bay, 1915; Nora

(deed.) ; Hilda ; and Phyllis [m. 1923, Hugh kaper]. Res.

— 5 St. Vincent Terrace, Coatham, Redcar, Yorks.

FOX-STRANGWAYS (H. Coll., 1658). Quarterly, i
and 4, ermine, on a chevron azure, three foxes' heads erased
or, on a canton of the second, a tieur-de-lys of the third
(Fox — granted at Brussels by Sir Edward Walker, Garter,
30 Oct. and augmented 18 Nov. 1658) ; 2 and 3, sable,
two lions passant paly of six argent and gules (Straiigways,
Vn. of Dorset, 1623). Mantling azure and argent. Crest
— On a chapeau azure, turned up ermine, a fox sejant or
(Fox). Motto — " Faire sans dire."

Son of Henry Edward Fox-Strangways, 5th Earl of
Ilchester, b. 1847 ; d. 1905 ; m. 1872, Lady Mary
Eleanor Anne Dawson, d. of ist Earl of Dartrey : —
Rt. Hon. Giles Stephen Holland Fox-Strangways,




O.B.E., 6th Earl of Ilchester (17 June 1756), 6th Lord
Ilchester and Baron Strangways (ii May 1741), 6th
Lord Ilchester and Stavordale, and Baron of Redlynch
(12 Jan. 1747), Vice-Lieut, co. Dorset, late Capt. Cold-
stream Guards [Supporters — Two foxes, the dexter
ermine, fretty or, the sinister proper, each gorged with
a collar dovetail azure, charged with three tleurs-de-lys
or], b. 1874; f?t. 1902, Lady Helen Mary Theresa Vane-
Tempest-Stewart, d. of 6th Marquess of Londonderry;
and has issue — Edward Henry Charles James Fox-
Strangways, Esq., commonly called Lord Stavordale, b.
1905; Hon. John Denzil Fox-Strangways, b. 1908;
Lady Mary Theresa [wz. 1924, Capt J. A. Herbert]; and
Lady Mabel E!dith. Seats — Melbury House, nr. Dor-
chester ; Holland House, Kensington, W. Clubs — Turf,

Sons of Rev. Henry Fox-Strangways, Rector of Silver-
ton, Devon, b. 1828 ; d. 1894 ; m. 1857, Charlotte
Chester, d. of Francis Copleston, Madras C.S. : —
Francis Copleston Fox-Strangways, Gentleman, B.A.
(Oxon.), b 1870. Res. — Tiverton, Devon.

Henry Wentworth Fox-Strangways, Gentleman, B.A.
Oxon.), b. I 871. Res. — Tiverton, Devon.

Rev. Henry George Fox-Strangways, b^ 1873 ; m. 1903,
Isabella Mary, d. of William Macartney Read of Stockwell,
Silverton. Res. — Kilmington Rectrry, Somerset.

Sons of Col. Walter Aston Fox-Strangways, R.A. ,
b. 1833; d. 1885; 7H. 1858, Harriet Elizabeth, d. of
John Edward BuUer of Chase Lodge, Enfield : —
Arthur Henry Fo.x-Strangways, Gentleman, M.A. Oxford,
b. 1859. Post. add. — 38 Lansdowne Crescent, W. 11.

Maurice Walter Fox-Strangways, Esq., C.S. I., I.C.S. ,
b. 1862 ; 7u. 1886, Louisa Blanche, d. of Maj.-Gen.
G. R. Phillips; and has issue — (i) Walter Angelo Fox-
Strangways, Esq., H.B. M.'s Consular Service, b. 1887
[m. 19 16, Laure Georgine Emilie, d. of E. G. Mazaraki,
and has issue— Maurice Vivian Fox-Strangways, Gentleman,
b. 1920; Raymond George Fox-Strangways, Gentleman, b.
1921]; (2) Vivian Fox-Strangways, Esq., (apt. Indian
Army, b. 1894; Sylvia ; and Elinor. Res. — Belmont, South
Brent. Club — East India United Service.

FOX-DAVIESof Coalbrookdale (H. Coll., 26 Dec. 1905).

wreath of the colours, a demi-dragon rampant gules,
collared or, holding in the dexter claw a hammer proper.
Motto— "Da fydd."

Sons of Thomas Edmond Fox-Davies, Gentleman (as-
sumed the surname of Fox-Davies in lieu of his former
surname of Davies by R.L. 26 Sept. 1894), b. 1839; d.
1908 ; m. 1868, Maria Jane, eld d. and coh. of the late
John Fox, Esq., J. P., of Coalbrookdale [Arms of Fox,
viz. : "Per pale argent and gules, three foxes sejant
counterchanged, " borne in pretence]: — •
John Fox Fox-Davies, Gentleman, b. 1869; m. 1901,
Caroline, ygst. d. of the late Philip Ballard of Leighton
Court, Herefordshire; and has issue — Mary Spencer. Res.
— 30 Fawnbrake Avenue, Heme Hill, London, S. E.

The late Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, Gentleman, of
Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law (Badg^e Dec. 20, 1921 —
A crown vallary gules), b. 1871 ; d. 1928; m. 1901, .Mary
Ellen Blanche, eld. d. of the late Septimus Wilkinson

Sable, a demi-sun in splendour issuant in base or, a chief
dancett^e of thelast. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a

Crookes, Esq., of The Wyke, near Shifnal ; and left
issue— Harley Edmond FitzRoy Fox-Davies, Gentleman,
2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt. The Durham Light Infantry, h. 1907;
educated Radley and R.M.C. (i?«.— Sialkot, Punjab,
India) ; and Moyra de Somery. Res. — 65 Warwick
Gardens, Kensington, London, S.W. Chambers — 23 Old
Bldgs. , Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C.

George Edmond Fox-Davies, Gentleman, b. 1873; '■"•
1910, Eva Elizabeth, eld. d. of the late William Jockel;
and has issue — Mortimer Edmond Fox-Davies, Gentleman,
b. 191 1. Res. — The Lodge, Avenue Gardens, Palm Bay,
Cliftonville, Margate.

Enfield, Gentleman. Armorial bearings - Per chevron,
invected or and ermine, two lions rampant in chief azure,
and a cross patonce in base gules. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount
vert, a lion rampant per bend sinister gules and ermine,
holding between the forepaws a cross patonce, as in the
arms, and resting the dexter hind-leg upon an escutcheon
or. Motto — " In cruce gloria." Res. —

FOYSTER (H. Coll., 28 June 1784). Azure, a chevron
erminois between two bugle-herns in chief and a stag's
head erased in base or. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a demi-stag proper, attired and
unguled or, about the neck a collar gules, thereto suspended
a bugle-horn gold, stringed of the third.

Sons of Rev. Henry Brereton Foyster, M.A. , Preben-
dary of Chichester, Rector of St. Clement's, Hastings,
1861-1906, b. 1834 ; d. 1910 ; m. 1864, Anna Margaretta
Jane, only d. of late Rev. Shovell Brereton, M.A. , of
Briningham, Norfolk: —
Rev. Henry Charles Brereton Foyster, M.A., late Rector
of St. Clements, Hastings, Vicar of Coleman's Hatch,
Sussex, since 1920, b. 1866. Res. — The Vicarage, Coleman's
Hatch, Sussex.

Bernard Brereton P^oyster, Gentleman, Solicitor, b. 1869 ;
ni. 1905, Maud, second d. of the late Charles Branwell
of Penzance ; and has had issue— (i) Basil Charles Brereton
Foyster, Gentleman, b. 1907; (2) John Randle Brereton
Foyster, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; d. 1918. Postal address — 2
Endsleigh Street, Tavistock Square, W.C. i.




Rev. Herbert John Foyster, formerly Incumbent of Brining-
hain, b. 1870. Jies. — Bradtield, Birmingham ; Melton

Kev. Basil Edmund Foyster, M.A., Vicar of Harring-
worth, b. 1873; m. 1902, Margaret, youngest d. of late
Frederick E^lward Bartlelt of Buckingham. Res. — The
Vicarage, Harringworth, Kettering.

Sons of Kev. George Alfred Foyster, M.A. , Rector of
All Saints', Hastings, 1 862- 1904, i^. 1836; d. 1911 ; m.
1866, Adelaide Julia, d. of late Philip Tillard, Esq.,
J. P., D.L. of Stiikeley Hall, Huntinguon :—

Arthur Henry Foyster, M.B.E. , Gentleman, b. 1869 ; tn.
1909, and has issue — Barbara Isabelle. Kes. — 16 West
End Avenue, Pinner.

Hugh Alfred Foyster, Gentleman, b. 1874; '"• i904>
Amy Blanche, youngest d. of late Capt. Good of New

Kev. Lionel Algernon Foyster, M.A. , Priest in charge of
Drummond, N.B. , late Rector of Bay du Vin, b. 1878 ; m.
1922, Marianne Emily Rebecca, only d. of William Shaw,
of .Magheramorne, Belfast. Res. — Salmonhurst, New
Brunswick, Canada.

Kenneth Basil Foyster, Gentleman, b. 1880; m. 19 — ,
Edith Maud, 3rd d. of Sadleir.

Philip Tillard Foyster, Gentleman, B.A., b. 1888; d.
19 1 6.

FRAMPTON (H. Coll.). Or, a bend chequy sable and
argent, between two tuns lessewise, each within an annulet
gules. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a tun within an annulet as in the aims. Motto —
" Love and labour."

Son of late James Frampton of London, ^. ; d. ;

nt. : —
Sir George James Frampton, Kt. Bach. (1908), R.A.,
LL.D., F.S.A. , Hon. Assoc. Roy. Inst. Brit. Architects,
Member of the Roy. Academy of Fine Arts, Milan, and of
Corps Academique, Antwerp. Oflficier Crown of Leopold II.
(Belgium), Past Master and Member of Art Workers' Guild
1902, Liveryman of Merchant Taylors' and Founders'
Companies, Hon. Mem. O.xford Union Soc. , b. i860; m.
1893, Christabel, d. of George Russell Cockerell, London.
Res. — 90 Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood, London, N.W.8.
Clubs — Athenfeum, Garrick.

FRANCE-HAYHURST (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4,
per chevron sable and or, in chief two crosses pat^e fitch^e,

and in base a pair of wings conjoined and elevated counter-
changed (for Hayhurst) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a mount in
base a hurst proper, on a chief wavy azure, three fleurs-

de-lys or (for France). Mantling sable and or. Crests —
I. upon a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm proper,
holding in the hand a cross pat6e fitchte or, between
two wings sable, each charged with an annulet gold (for
Hayhurst) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a mount,
thereon a hurst as in the arms, from the centre tree, pen-
dent by a strap azure, a shield gules, charged with a fleur-
de-lys or (for France). Motto — " Virtus semper viridis."
Only surv. son of Charles Hosken France-Hayhurst,
Esq., J. P. and D. L. , Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. Cheshire
Regt., a C.C. and Patron of the Living of Davenham,
b. 1832 ; d. 1914 ; m. firstly, 1864, Mary Halsted (d.
1877), d. of William H. Poole, Esq., of Terrick Hall,
CO. Salop, Capt. R. H.A. : —
William Hosken France-Hayhurst, Esq., J. P. Cheshire,
Lord of the Manors of Bostock, Kinderton, Stanthorne,
Davenham, Shipbrooke, and Whatcroft, late Capt. Cheshire
Yeomanry, /•. 1873; th. 1918, R-nee [d. 1919), d. of Gordon
Cloete, of Rise Bank, Cape Town, and has issue — Ren^e
June. Seat — Bostock Hall, Middlewich. Club — Jun.

Son of Rev. Hesketh France-Hayhurst, Vicar of

Middlewich, Cheshire, b. 1866; d. 1925; m. 1893,

Florence {Res. — Pen-y-Don, Rhyl, N. Wales), d. of

the Hon. Charles James Keith-Falconer: —

Reginald Geoffrey France-Hayhurst, Lt.-Comdr. R.N.,

b. 1896 ; m. 1919, Gladys Violet, d. of Theodore Claremont,

of Oseney Crescent, Camden Road.

Son of Edward France-Hayhurst, Esq., J.P,, b. 1868 ;
d. igii ; 711. 1890, Rosamond M. M. , only child of the
late David Francis Atcherley of Whatcroft Hall, co.
Cheshire, and Merton Hall, co. Salop : —
Robert Edward France-Hayhurst, Gentleman, b. 1909.
Sons of Walter France-Hayhurst, Gentleman, b. 1870 ;
d. 1912 ; m. 1899, Edith Howard, d. of Christopher
Kay of Davenham : —
Christopher Hamilton-France-Hayhurst, Gentleman, b.
Basil Walter France-Hayhurst, Gentleman, b. 1904.
Yngr. sons of Rev. Thomas William Hamilton France
Hayhurst, of Davenham, Cheshire, and Wilsic Hall,
Doncaster, b. 1840 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1865, Caroline Alice
{d. 1903), d. of Charles Jackson of Doncaster: —
Francis France-Hayhurst, Gentleman, b. 1873.
Gerald France-Hayhurst, Gentleman, b. 1875 ; m. 1920,
Lydia Whaley. Res. — Hengar Lodge, Kenilworth Road,

1902, U.O. ). Quarterly, i and 4, or, on a fesse invected
plain cottised gules, three estoiles argent, in chief as many
cross crosslets fitch^e of the second, and (for distinction) in
the dexter canton a cross crosslet sable (Tulloch) ; 2 and 3,
argent, two lions passant regardant azure, between three
bars gules, an orle of fleurs-de-lys of the last (France), on
an escutcheon of pretence quarterly, i and 4, the same
arms of Tulloch without the mark of distinction ; 2 and 3,
or, on a fesse wavy between three lions' heads erased vert,
langued gules, as many ermine spots of the field.
Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the
colours, a demi-lion gules, grasping a battleaxe, the head
to the de-xter, and charged on the shoulder with three cross
crosslets fitchte, two and one, all or, and (for distinction)
on the neck with a cross crosslet argent (Tulloch) ; 2. on
a wreath of the colours, on a moimt vert, a lion sejant
regardant azure, collared or, therefrom a shield of the last
charged with a fleur-de-lys of the second.

Son of William Hanmer France, b. ; m. ,

Frances Emily, d. of Thomas Cave-Brown-Cave : —
The late James Geoffrey Cave France-Lushington-
Tulloch, Gentleman, R.I.C., b. ; d. 1905; m. 1901,

Kate Mary, d. of Charles Hugh Lushington of Rodmer-
sham, Kent, and widow of William Cairns Armstrong-
Lushington-Tulloch {vide that name), formerly Armstrong.
Seat — Shanbolard, Letterfrack, co. Galway.

FRANCIS (H. Coll.). Gules, a saltire between fovu:
trefoils slipped or, on a chief of the second, issuant
from a mural crown of the first, the mast of a
ship flying therefrom a banner argent charged with
a cross gules. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, upon a log fessewise proper an
eagle gules wings elevated and holding in the beak a
trefoil slipped or. Motto — " Progredere."

Son of the late John Francis of New North Road,

N.E. :—




Sir John Francis, Knt. Bach. (1922), J. P., and Alder-
man, Southend-on-Sea, b. 1864 ; m. 1885, Georgina, d. of
James Watt, of MacDuff, co. Banff ; and has issue —
I dau. Res. — Boston Avenue, Southend-on-Sea. Club
— R.A.C.

FRANCIS (H. Coll.). Tierce in pairle reversed
azure, gules and or, first and second an anchor also
or, third a Hon rampant sable, holding between the
forepaws an increscent gules. Mantling azure and or.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a flying fish proper.
Motto—" Franche."

Sons of Francis Francis (formerly Morgan), Gentle-
man, of The FirS; Twickenham, b. 1822 ; d. 1886 ;
m. 1851, Mary, d. of George Cole : —
Francis Francis, Esq., Maj. (ret.), b. 1853. Address
— 49 Chcurles Street, Berkeley Square, W.

John Morgan Richards Francis, Esq., J. P. Surrey, 6.
1855 ; /fi. ist, 1889, Mary Anne, d. of John Ashley Mullens,
of Broom Hall, Teddington ; 2nd, 1905, Helena Florence,
d. of Thomas Elsey Bland, of Maiden Friary, Essex, and
has issue — John Morgan Francis, Gentleman, i. 1909;
Georgina Mary ; Vera ; and Joan Morgan. J?es. — The
Firs, Kingston-on-Thames ; Friary Cottage, Kingsgate,
Kent. Cluh -City of London, Reform, Sports.

FRANCIS (H. Coll.). Argent, on a fesse azure
between three thrifts leaved and slipped proper,
two mural crowns of the field. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a sea-horse
sejant proper, gorged with a chaplet of roses gules,
and resting the dexter foot on a mural crown, also gtiles.
Motto — " Jouez bon jeu."

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